The economic situation appears to be quite dismal, as 27 states out of 36 have been unable to fulfil their basic financial obligations, especially paying workers’ salary.
NAN(Lagos): It is no longer news that the current economic crisis facing Nigeria has made it extremely difficult for most states across the country to remain afloat financially.
The economic situation appears to be quite dismal, as 27 states out of 36 have been unable to fulfil their basic financial obligations, especially paying workers’ salary.

President Muhammadu Buhari has described the situation a “national disgrace’’ and blamed the errant states for not saving for the future.
The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), whose members are bearing the brunt of the financial collapse, has threatened to declare a state of emergency over salary default.
“We will declare a state of emergency because workers should not be made to bear the brunt of the challenges because they are not responsible.